Instagram, a photo and video sharing platform, shared hundreds of thousands of dollars for a wildfire in Australia by sharing their nude photos in exchange for donations and closed the account on the grounds that it violated the rules on sexual content.
The 20-year-old model, Kaylen Ward , resorted to a very striking method to combat massive forest fires, so to speak, Australia. Ward, who sends naked photographs to people in exchange for a $ 10 donation , says he has collected hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The model, which uses the name Naked Philantthist on social media , told BuzzFeed News, "I've looked at all the publications on Twitter about fires in Australia and I couldn't see an effective way to make people donate . " She said she had decided to turn her nude photos into a charity business.
On January 4, Ward said that he would throw a naked photo of Twitter to anyone who proves he has donated at least $ 10 to the Australian charity list . The tweet received over 40,000 retweets in minutes, and Ward's inbox was rained down.
Ward's big share on Twitter
The model, which employs a team of four to verify the donations, works 24 hours to send the promised nude photos to the donors. In a new share on Sunday, Ward says the campaign raised more than $ 500,000 .
But Ward's donation campaign launched on Twitter also influenced Instagram . The 20-year-old said the Instagram account with 50,000 followers was closed for violating the platform's rules on sexual content.
The 20-year-old said the Instagram account was closed
Ward, who argued that he did not violate any rules, tried to reach Instagram; but failed. However, the Twitter model continues to campaign, said as much as possible to try to respond to messages.